The moral responsibility account of liability to defensive killing

@inproceedings{Otsuka2016TheMR,
  title={The moral responsibility account of liability to defensive killing},
  author={M. Otsuka},
  year={2016}
}
Sometimes human beings pose threats to the lives of other human beings. They may or may not be blameworthy for doing so. Among those who are blameless, some may be blameless because they are not morally responsible for being a threat, whereas others may be blameless in spite of their responsibility. On what has come to be known as the ‘moral responsibility account’ of liability to defensive killing, it is such responsibility, rather than blameworthiness, for threatening another that renders one… Expand
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